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Erez's Latest Posts
Wikipedia’s mobile website almost feels like an app. But if “almost” doesn’t cut it for you, you’re going to be interested in WikiExplorer.
Up until recently there was simply no good way to do this from a smartphone.
Your homescreen: You see it every time you switch on your phone, which is dozens of times a day for some of us. Why not make it beautiful?
This week we have an excellent camera app, a Final Fantasy title, and a funky platformer featuring none other than Little Red Riding Hood.
Oxyphenbutazone. That’s about as high as you can go in Words With Friends – a word worth 1674 points. That’s either an awesome feat of linguistic prowess, or just plain cheating – you be the judge.
This week we’re heavy on utilities, from a VNC viewer to a collage maker – but there are also a couple of games in the running.
Mobile keyboards are like neighborhood coffee places.
Today we’re going to be looking at Ergotron’s WorkFit-S Dual with Worksurface+, a $499 sit-stand workstation that latches onto any existing tabletop.
Meetings have a bad rap as inefficient time sinks. It doesn’t have to be that way: Turns out there may be hope for a productive meeting yet.
Freshbacks: A Fun, Simple Way to Always Have a Gorgeous & Interesting Wallpaper on Your Android Phone
Are you bored with your phone’s wallpaper?
We trust Google with our personal data every day: What happens when they won’t let us take it when we need it? Here’s a cautionary story of a Google Takeout experience.
This week we have one of the most beautiful alarm clocks for Android that went all-free, a zombie app that’ll whip you into shape, and more!
With a Snapdragon 800 SoC, 2 gigabytes of RAM, an Adreno 330 GPU, and a 441 ppi 5-inch full-HD screen, the Xperia Z1 is a lot of phone.
It seems that in our rush to get a keyboard that works well, we threw memory consumption and privacy out the window.
I wake up in the morning, and check what’s new on Google+. Yes, really. Google is putting a lot of brawn and brains behind the social network everyone loves to hate, and it shows.